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Phnom Penh


The capital city Phnom Penh is the largest city in the Kingdom of Cambodia and beautifully set on the Mekong River banks. Popular city sights include the National Museum, the Royal Palace as well as historical sites from the Khmer Rouge period like the Killing Fields and the genocide museum Tuol Sleng. Phnom Penh also offers a good selection of restaurants and bars.


Siem Reap


Highlight of any visit to Southeast Asia is Siem Reap, the gateway to the world famous temples of Angkor and to the great lake Tonle Sap.


The Temple of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap Cambodia

(The amazing temple of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap)


Ranking amongst the world’s most magnificent architectural wonders the Cambodian national treasure Angkor Wat is simply breathtaking. You just won’t find any greater or more magnificent temple than the ones located in the province of Siem Reap.


North-western Cambodia


The north-western part of Cambodia is bordering Thailand with Poipet as the most popular border crossing for overland travel between the two countries. Visit Battambang for a glance of traditional Khmer life and colonial architecture set in picturesque countryside. The UNESCO World Heritage temple Preah Vihear situated atop a cliff in the Dangrek Mountains offers breathtaking views.


Eastern Cambodia


Characterized by the Mekong River making its way south from Laos and the jungled mountains along the border with Vietnam the region is perfect for nature lovers. Trek through hill tribe villages in Ratanakiri, visit an elephant project in Mondulkiri or watch the rare freshwater dolphins in Kratie.


Cambodian countryside trip info and travel advice

(Scenery around Siem Reap)


Southern Cambodia


With a coastline of more than 440 kilometers and plenty unspoiled islands Southern Cambodia is ideal for a beach break and fresh seafood. The most popular beach town is Sihanoukville but also check out the gems Kampot and Kep. With several National Parks and the Cardamom mountains in Koh Kong the region is also great for trekking and eco-tourism.


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